//
archives

difference between among and between

This tag is associated with 1 post

‘between’ or ‘among’?

It is generally known that between is used for a choice that involves two distinct options, and among for choices that involve more than two items. For example, ‘You need to choose between working on weekends and working on evenings’ and ‘She distributed the toys among the children.’ But matters are not always as simple. … Continue reading

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 28 other followers